Ana de Armas performs a remarkable transformation as Marilyn Monroe in Netflix’s "Blonde." FX/Hulu’s "Reservation Dogs" ends its second season with an emotional road trip.
Shania Twain has revealed that she's always found comfort in listening to music.
The 45th anniversary of a plane crash that two band members of Lynyrd Skynyrd from Oklahoma — guitarist Steve Gaines and his sister, backup singer Cassie Gaines — is coming up next month. Former Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle is honoring the memory of those whose lives were lost by continuing to make music. Grace Wood and James Watts talk about this and other upcoming Scene features.
Director Tommy Haines shoots and scores with “Hockeyland,” a compelling look at two teams in Minnesota’s high school hockey world. Filmed during the 2019-20 season, the documentary leans into the sacrifice, the heart and the drive that propels the athletes.
Grace Wood and James Watts preview upcoming Scene features, including the 50th anniversary of Catoosa's Route 66 Blue Whale; monarch butterflies migration; the latest full Tulsa Ballet; and more.
Marsha Hunt, one of the last surviving actors from Hollywood's so-called Golden Age of the 1930s and 1940s who worked with performers ranging from Laurence Olivier to Andy Griffith in a career disrupted for a time by the McCarthy-era blacklist, has died. She was 104.
Jimmie Tramel recounts his days as a sports writer when he wrote "Switzer: The Players' Coach," a book about former OU head football coach Barry Switzer. Grace Wood and James Watts also preview upcoming Scene features, from plants that are unsafe for pets, to an actress known for 'Nightmare on Elm Street.'
Armie Hammer is said to be "shacking up" in one of Robert Downey Jr's houses after a stint in rehab.
Jimmie Tramel interviews "Reservation Dogs" and "Prey" actress Amber Midthunder about "the golden age of Native cinema." Will these TV series and movies lead to more opportunities for Indigenous artists, actors, filmmakers and storytellers?
One of a handful of “heroes” interviewed in “Growing Up,” a new Disney+ series, Nebraska native Gavin Arneson says he wanted his episode help those going through similar situations. The show, produced by Brie Larson, looks at adversity teens face.
Movie tickets are $3 on Saturday, Sept. 3.
In their latest episode, Grace Wood and James Watts talk recent Scene features on Count Tutu, Hulett Collection's 'Century of Photography' exhibi; the Church Studio and more.
Tickets start at $20.
"As advances in technology change the way we live and die, we are becoming fearful of death — yet it’s something every one of us is going to experience." says Tom Purcell.
Jimmie Tramel talks Reservation Dogs with Eric Bailey and Tommy Cummings. Bailey, a Tulsa World sports writer, is Creek, Cherokee and Seminole and is a Haskell Indian Nations University alum. Cummings, a Dallas Morning News writer, is Menominee, Creek and Potawatomi.
Jason Momoa, who was born in Hawaii, is to produce a biopic about legendary Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku, who is widely credited for making surfing more popular as a sport.
In their latest episode, Grace Wood, James Watts and Jimmie Tramel preview upcoming Scene features including Tulsa ties to the late Star Trek …
Manti Te'o used to be revered.
In their latest episode, James Watts and Jimmie Tramel pay tribute to Nichelle Nichols, Olivia Newton-John and Clu Gulager, and preview upcoming Scene features.
In their latest episode, James Watts talks about reviewing performances and restaurants with an open mind; Jimmie Tramel praises Reservation Dogs' second season opening episodes; and Grace Wood previews an upcoming workworking feature.
Philbrook Museum of Art will host two showings of the documentary film "Frida Kahlo," 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 6.